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--THE. PROGRESS Friday, Feb. 7, 1964 Festival Balnbridge Island St. Cecilia Parish--Mrs. Wini- /red Feely, noted lecturer on the Shrine at Lourdes, will be guest speaker at 8 p.m. Thurs- day, Feb. 13, in the church hall. Camas St. Thomas Parish--Spring in- struction classes for Catholics and non-Catholics, taught by Ray. Thomas Phelan, 7:30 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday until May. Parish Mardi Gras supper, 5- 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, par- ish hall. Tickets: $1 for adults, SO cents for children under 12, pre-schoolers free. Coupeville St. Mary Parish--Coffee and rolls will be served as usual after the 9:30 a.m. Mass on the second Sunday of the month, February 9, in the basement of the church. Des Molnes St. Philomena Parish -- St. Anne Guild will sponsor show- ing of "I Beheld His Glory," color film depicting Christ's last days, first of two Lenten films, at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14,and 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, parish hall. Donation: Adults -- 75 cents; students-- 25 cents. Everett Immaculate Conception Par- tsh--Rosary at 7:45 p.m. will precede Knights of Columbus meeting Monday, Feb. 10, KofC Hail. Holy Name Society will spon- sor Father-Daughter Commun- ion Breakfast after 8 a.m. Mass, Sunday, Feb. 16, new .parish hall. Robert O'Brien 15 in charge, assisted by boys of the ninth grade. Sister Michael Francis, S.N.J.M., principal of St. Mary Magdalen School, will be featured speaker. Federal Way 'Last Fling' As Len00 Nears To Benefit Seattle St. Placid's Kirkland Holy Family Parish--Parents Club Valentine dance, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, school auditorium. Tickets at $2.50 may be purchased at the door. Proceeds will go toward new movie projector. Public invited. Olympia Court St. Rose de Lima, C.D.A. -- Meeting, 7:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, St. Mi- chael Church hall. Tony Les- nick will speak on magazine distribution in regard to inde- cent literature. According to policy of The Progress during Lent, no so- cial activities will be publi- cized, except those scheduled for Sundays or on March 17. Notice of meetings will be printed as usual. Weekly deadline for sub- mitting news is Monday for the following Friday issue. Ad- vance reservation of at least two weeks should be made for picture space. Each parish is allotted two activity pictures per year. Seattle Blanchet Mothers Club--Pan. el discussion of "Teenagers and Dating" at meeting, 7:45 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, school cafeteria. The Rev. Joseph Erny will be discussion lead- er. Other panelists are: Rev. Stanton Boyle, Rev. Dennis Muehe, Mrs. John Morse, Miss Valerie Fernandes and Edward Thenell. Coffee hour will fol- low. Chancellor Club -- Costume Mardi Gras dance for members and guests, beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, Serbian Hall, 4352 15th Ave. S. Frank Piperno and Loretta Des Biens are co- chairmen. Admission, $1.25 for those in costume, $1.75 for others. Meeting, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, KofC Hall, Harvard and E. Union. For information, call Jerry McCarthy (ME 3- 3088). St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Second annual Mardi Gras dance, sponsored by Holy Name Society, 9 p.m. to midnight Friday, Feb. 7, Doric Tacoma Motor Hotel, 242 St. Helens. Country-style breakfast at 12:30 a.m. Tickets, at $5 per couple, available from Holy Name men or at door. Brands to Celebrate Golden Anniversary MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH THOMAS BRAND Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas Brand, who were married Feb- ruary 17, 1914, will celebrate their golden wedding anniver- |ary this weekend. A special Mass will be offered for them at $ a.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, at Blessed Sacrament Church, of which they have been members for 48 years. A native of Wurttenberg, Ger- many, Mr. Brand came to Seat- tle in 1908 and has been associ- ated with Dan's Market for nearly 40 years. He is a mem- ber of the Holy Name Society. Mrs. Brand, who was born in Maple Lake, Minn., is the daughter of the/ late Mr. and Mrs. Gregor A.. Garske, early pioneers of the Wallingfnrd vermouths have come to Washington District, who moved their fam- ily to Seattle in D0S. She be- longs to the Confraternity of Blessed Sacrament, the Third Order of St. Dominic and the Durocher Mothers Club. A reception honoring the couple will be given from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, by their five children, at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. John- son. Their other four children are Sister Marian Frances, S.N.J.M., of Marylhurst Col- lege, Oregon; Mrs. Leo Land- kamer, Philip G. and George J, Brand, all of Seattle. There are six grandchildren. iJ q ii i i . DRY and SWEET VERMOUTH The Christian Brothars, Naps, Clllf0rnla Dominican Mothers Club -- Luncheon and card party, noon, Monday, Feb. 10, Hostess Room at Carnation Co., 2746 N.E. 45th (University Village). Open to public. Will benefit education fund of Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of the Holy Cross at Rosary Heights, Edmonds. For reser- vations, call Mrs, A. J. Le- Beau (EM 3-1603) or Mrs. R. A. Willison (LA 3-7189). Marian Club--Painting class will meet with Evelyn Conway at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, followed by club meeting at 1 p.m., St. Peter Claver Center. Mrs. Vincent Manca, assisted by Mrs. George Korkowski, is chairman of the meeting. O'Dea High School Mothers Club--Meeting, 8 p.m. Wednes- day, Feb. 12, St..Tames Ca- thedral hall, preceded by board meeting, 7 p.m. Mrs. Patrick Curry is president. St. Coletta Society for Re- t a r d e d Children -- Meeting, noon, Tuesday, Feb. 11, USO NCCS Club, 217 Seneca St. For information call Mrs..T.E. Malo (WE 5-5732). Our Lady of Lourdes Parish-- Ladies of Area 1 and 2 will TACOMA- The annual Mid- Winter Festival to benefit the building fund of the Benedictine Sisters of St. Placid Priory will be sponsored Sunday, Feb. 8, by the St. Placid Club of Ta- coma. Booths for the event, sched- uled at Visitation Parish Hall, will open at 2:30 p.m. Dinner will be served from 4-7 p.m., at $I.50 per person or $5 per family. Games and entertain- ment will follow from 8-10:30 p.m. Under the chairmanship of Saidie Foye, the festival is an "inter-parish" effort. Spon- soring booths will be Sts. Pe- ter and Paul, Visitation and H01y Rosary parishes. St. Ann Parish will handle the dinner, and assisting with tickets are St. John and All Saints parishes. Mrs. Phil Lanz is president of the club and Mrs. Leona Butt is ticket chairman. The Benedictine Sisters have taught in Tacoma and Puyallup since 1894. Villa Dinner Dance to Feature Hats The Mardi Gras Dinner dance planned by the Sacred Heart Villa Parents' Club will be a combination event this year, because the Mothers' Club hat fashion show wilt be a high- light of the dinner dance for- merly sponsored by the Fathers' Club alone. The event will begin with a social hour at 6:30 p.m. Satur- day, Feb. 8, at Sand Point Golf and Country Club. Children of the school are adding their efforts by collec- ting white-elephant items to be sold at the dance and by mak- ing individual table decorations for their own parents, under the direction of Mrs. L. G. Kirk- man. Proceeds will benefit the school's scholarship fund. Modeling hats will be the Mesdames Alexander Hargis, William Sprake, Ross William Smith, Thomas Carey, Harry Chenoweth and Jack Hare. Mrs. Tim Healy will be commen- tator. Co-chairmen of the party are Mrs. Adlore Kehoe and Ray- mond Sylvester, assisted by Eu- gene Corr, William Sprake and the Mesdames Kirkman, Robert Hopps, William T. Cahill and ,1.. L. Baird. sponsor bake sale before and Good Shepherd Superior after "Dinner is Served" at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, school hall, 10211 12th Ave. S. For information, callMrs. Mar-To Mark 50th Jubilee ion Sniadoski (CH 2-1753) or Mrs. Melvin Dalpez (CH 2-6118). Tickets will not be available at door. Sacred Heart Parish--Break- fast served by Altar Guild, af- ter Masses, 8 a.m. to noon, Sunday, Feb. 9, school audi- torium. Mrs. Ran Pepple and Mrs. Hugh Elford head the com- mittee. $1.25 for adults; 75 cents for children under 12. St. John's Sanctuary Society --Meeting, 1 p.m., Monday, Feb. 10. St. John Parish.-- Parents Council of parish Cub Scout Pack will sponsor "hard-times" dance, 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 8, in Egan Hall. Admission, $1.99 a couple, ac- cording to Clifford Lyons, chair- man. St. Joseph Parish--Spring in- quiry seminars on "What Do Catholics Believe," for Catho- lics and non-Catholics, con- ducted by Rev. Thomas D. Cox, S.J., will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, church rec- tory, 732 18th Ave. E., Mondays and Thursdays for 12 weeks. For more information, call EA 4-2522. St. Martin's Mothers' Club -- Annual St. Valentine's party and meeting, 1:30 p.m. Tues- day, Feb. 11, Assumption Par- ish rectory meeting room. Mrs. J. B. Broulette, chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. William Hudson and Mrs. Arthur Tru- deau. Tacoma Holy Rosary Mothers' Club.- Meeting, 12:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, church basement. Mothers of fourth grade stu- dents will be hostesses. Pre-lenten dance, sponsored by club, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat- urday, Feb. 8, Polish Hall, 1650 E. 30th. Smorgasbord supper planned. Philomathea, B e 1 ! a r m i n e Mothers Club -- Meeting, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, Bellar. mine cafeteria. Mark Sault will speak on "Modern Fashions in Woolens--Their Production and Care." The Mesdames Earl Westgate, George Risse and Dale Holland are in charge of the social hour. St. Leo Grade School Mothers. Club -- Meeting, Friday, Feb. 14, Marian Room of school. Waiter West, of the Tacoma Better Business Bureau, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Richard Fox is chairman of the mothers Of third grade students, host- esses. Sa - Le - Hi, St. Leo's High School Mothers' Club--Meeting, 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, school cafeteria. C o r e y Richmond, community service officer, will speak on "You and Your City." Mrs. Jean McDonald is presi- dent. ii i WE CAN SUPPLY - Everything FOR 00Ag:" :.', BEAUTIFUL wm)m Tt00l RECEPTIONS " " BANQUETS "";'"" Dinner Prties .__________..- r- EXCELLENT LOVELY CUISINE APPOINTMENTS For Reservations Phone Mother Mary Assumption, R.G.S., superior of the Good Shepherd Home, will celebrate her golden jubilee as a Sister of the Good Shepherd Tuesday, Feb. 11. The Rev. Francis Me- Hugh, O.M.I., pastor of St. Benedict Parish, will offer a high Mass. 'Here for the celebration will be Mother's niece, Sister Mary Theresa, assistant su- perior of the Good Shepherd Convent, Portland. Born July 13, 1886, in Ire- land, Mother Mary Assumption came to the United States when she was 16 years of age. She entered the Good Shepherd Or- der in St. Paul at the provincial house and novitiate, August 21, 1911, and received her habit in December of that year. She made her religious pro- fession February 11, 1914, and pronounced her final vows February 11, 1919. During her first years in the convent, Mother worked in St. Paul with the Sisters Magdab ens, Good Shepherd girls who enter the religious life. She was named assistant su- perior of the Portland convent MOTHER MARY ASSUMPTION in 1924 and in 1927 came to Seattle as sissistant to the su- perior here. She served as su- perior in Seattle from 1930-36 and 1942-48; in Denver from 1936-42 and 1948-54; and in Spo- kane from 1954-63, when she again returned to Seattle. While in Spokane, she super- vised building of a new Good Shepherd Home. with PANCAKE & WAFFLE At All Better Grocery Stores Remember "SUNNY JIM," famous Peanut Butter, Jams & Preserves 00.s.](ovlon Mattresses rod. ,o end Rebuilt. Your Cotton Met. treu Spring Filled. 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Investigators, seeking addi- tional information, are Mrs. Gayle Panian Graves, SU 2- 6570; Mrs. Roberta Venture Krisologo, ME 3-0426; and Mrs. Bucher, UL 2-5134. A-L-U.M.I.N.U.M WINDOW & GLASS CO. Let Us Give You A FREE Estimate; It Will Pay Youl MAin 4.S018 2730 - 1st AVE. SOUTH Manufacturers of "QUIK-FIT" Frame Bar Windows Windows for all pes of sfrucfion. Alsynife, Mirrors, Com. binafion Sform & Screen Doors. GEORGE GAGNER & SONS 6.7-6 Marysville A Prior is a superior or an as- sistant to an abbot in a man- Couple to Note astery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin Meyer of Marysville, formerly of Everett and Seattle, will be honored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary at a reception Sunday, Feb. 16, in Marysville. Hosting the affair, from 3-6 p.m. at the Veterans' Hall will be the' couple's nephews a n d nieces. The Meyers w e r e married February 18, 1914, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Everett. 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